Quality Inn & Suites Sun Prairie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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Kim's experience to the start of the vacation:
Friday. The day I've been waiting for all week. I’d been in San Antonio, TX since Monday for a work conference. Friday. The day I get to go home and pack for Alaska. I arrive at the airport at 9am which is 2 hours ahead of my departure, planning to throw on my headphones and listen to some tunes while I get some steps in by walking the airport concourse.
It was an everything ...
This trip started with Jackie LaPointe, a member of Great Lakes Aurora Hunters asking for tips and suggestions on making a trip to Alaska to shoot her first aurora photos. We helped by asking to come along! Like it or not, your personal guides to hunting the aurora.
We couldn't have gotten where we are without the help of the various Alaska friends that ...
So, since this was my first time to Europe I can't help but share what I saw, liked, learned:
- I need to learn Spanish. At least enough to protect and save myself if nothing else.
- I need to learn to pack light. Ridiculous!
- I got a lot better at taking day time pictures because I forced myself not to use automatic.
- America has a very shallow history.
- I know nothing about architecture. ...
Well it's packing time again for our second annual trip to Fairbanks. The auroras have been relatively active in the pole region with many nights spent examining the numerous webcams I've once again become addicted to. We haven't been so lucky in the lower 48 with shows few and far between around the 43 degree latitude for me. That actually makes the trip all that more exciting.
We think we're a little smarter this ...
Alaska Science Forum: After a lifetime of study, aurora still a mystery
Release Date: 2013-02-28
Akasofu rethinks aurora
What energizes auroral substorms?
Sometimes, after idling in the sky for hours as a greenish glow, the aurora
catches fire, erupting toward the magnetic north pole in ...